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‘You are appreciated’ Kent, Harrison extend thank yous during COVID-19

Frontline workers, village employees lauded

Agassiz-Harrison officials both took time to thank the frontline workers as well as those working for the municipalities during the coronavirus pandemic.

Mayor Sylvia Pranger of the District of Kent as well as the Council said thank you to all the frontline workers in a Facebook post on Monday afternoon.

“Thank you to all frontline workers. You are appreciated,” the district officials wrote

Mayor Leo Facio published a letter on Tuesday afternoon to the Village of Harrison Facebook page, thanking the village employees.

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“While many of our residents are sheltering in their homes, they are relying on you to ensure their drinking water is safe and plentiful, information is readily available, sanitary systems are fully functional and roads are maintained for emergency vehicle access,” the Mayor wrote to village employees. “The services you provide to the community are vital, and I am proud to see you all working together to get the job done.”



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